Renault has confirmed full details of its facelifted Kadjar SUV.

The new-look model gets exterior styling tweaks at the front and rear, including a wider grille with chrome inserts, touches of chrome on the rear bumper and larger areas of body-coloured paintwork on the front and rear bumper. 

Interior changes include new control systems for the air conditioning, electric windows and electric mirrors, and satin chrome inserts on the air vent surrounds, door handles and centre console. 

Four trim levels are available – Play, Iconic, S-Edition and GT Line.

Standard equipment with Play spec includes a 7in touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity, cruise control, climate control, LED daytime running lights and rear parking sensors. 

Iconic trim adds kit including TomTom Live sat-nav, front parking sensors, a reversing camera and a hands-free keycard.

Extras with S-Edition trim include blue-stitched interior upholstery, LED headlights and a panoramic sunroof. 

Range-topping GT Line trim adds features such as full leather seats, a 360 degree camera system, puddle lights and a blindspot warning system. 

Engine options are a 1.5-litre diesel with 115hp or 149hp, and a 1.3-litre petrol with 140hp or 160hp.

Transmission options are a six-speed manual or a seven-speed automatic, while four-wheel drive is an option with GT Line trim.

Official fuel economy and CO2 emissions figures are:65.7mpg and 113g/km for a 115hp diesel manual; 67.2mpg and 111g/km for a 115hp diesel automatic; 47.9mpg and 134g/km for a 140hp petrol manual; 51.3mpg and 131g/km for a 140hp petrol automatic; and 47.9mpg and 134g/km for the 160hp petrol, which comes with manual transmission only.

Figures for the 149hp diesel are yet to be confirmed.

Prices start at £20,595 for 140hp petrol Kadjar in Play trim, and rise as high as £29,995 for a four-wheel drive 149hp diesel Kadjar in GT Line trim.

Orders will open on 3 January, with deliveries beginning in February.